Google Research

Philip Pham


I joined Google in August 2016 and currently work as a software engineer in Google Research. My research focuses on increasing model capacity and understanding inductive biases of neural networks. Natural language processing (NLP) is the main application area. Previously at Google, I worked on internal web applications. I studied mathematics at Duke University (B.S.) and University of Pennsylvania (M.A.) and statistics at the University of Washington.

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